• October 05, 2022

Mohammed Al-Abdulla Killed, Ebony Dove Injured in Car Accident in Wichita Falls, TX

UPDATE (October 19, 2022): Sources identified the woman hurt in the crash as 23-year-old Ebony Dove. Additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Wichita Falls, TX -- October 2, 2022, Mohammed Al-Abdulla was killed and one person was injured after a car accident.

Initial details given by authorities suggest that the crash happened along the Central Freeway near 6th Street at around at around 2:00 a.m.

Authorities say they believe a Nissan Altima was going northbound on the southbound lanes of the freeway. Doing so, it crashed head-on with a Chevy Malibu.

As a result of the crash, Al-Abdulla sustained fatal injuries. A 23-year-old woman involved in the crash was flown to a hospital with critical injuries. At this time, no further information is available.

Commentary on Mohammed Al-Abdulla, Ebony Dove Car Accident in Wichita Falls

Crashes like this one typically raise red flags due to the fact that they're usually related to alcohol. To be clear up front, folks shouldn't assume that without any evidence. Anything from mechanical issues to medical conditions to poor lighting and signage can lead to a deadly crash like this. An investigation that doesn't consider those other possibilities simply isn't a proper one.

Mohammed Al-Abdulla Killed, Ebony Dove Injured in Car Accident in Wichita Falls, TX

With that said, it would be equally irresponsible to overlook alcohol--especially whether or not a local bar was involved here. Those establishments can be liable for harm the victims suffered if they over-served someone who was obviously intoxicated, and that led to the crash. This is called dram shop law. Not only is it a tool that can help victims and families, it's also a way to ensure a negligent business is held accountable for their selfish, reckless actions.

Like I said, I wouldn't say that happened here without more thorough investigations. The point here is that these incidents are far less straight-forward than folks may realize. As such, making sure the right people are asking the right questions will be crucial.


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